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The Internets Are Coming! The Internets Are Coming!

It’s coming. You won’t be able to stop it. It’s like the air or maybe a series of tubes. You decide. It’s coming to a design near you (yep, maybe even the one on your lab bench right now) faster than ever before. This episode of Fish Fry is all about how you can Internet your next design… without the usual project logjam. I chat with Paul Hill (Atmel) about the evolution of the Internet of Things and how their new serial EEPROM product families with unique identifiers can ease the design process and lower the BOM cost on your next internet-enabled design.

I’ve also got an Altera DE0-Nano Development Kit (courtesy of Altera) to give away to one lucky listener. I’ll tell you at the end of my broadcast how you can enter to win!

Fish Fry Links – July 13, 2012

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More Information about the Atmel’s New Serial EEPROM Product Families with Unique Identifiers

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